For today's Geo Quiz, we're looking for 'Hell' on earth. Actually, it's the Spanish word for hell, Infierno. It's a community in South America. We want you to name the country this place called 'Hell' is in.
The rationing of health care is not always obvious or explicit. Implicit factors may determine who receives care and who does not.One factor may have imposed a form of unintentional rationing on AIDS care in Zambia, as David Baron reports.
Malaria deaths are being vastly under-counted in India and perhaps throughout much of the world, says a new report in the British medical journal, Lancet. The World's Health and Science Editor David Baron tells anchor Lisa Mullins why.
The Tsugaru shamisen is a traditonal Japanese stringed instrument that looks like a remote cousin of the banjo, with a very long neck. Two Japanese brothers are investing their talent into keeping the Tsugaru shamisen alive and well.
Lost? Feel like you are walking in circles? You probably are. A new study by scientists in Germany finds that people really DO walk in circles when they become lose their way. The World's Health & Science Editor David Baron has details.
Our Geo Quiz today sent us searching for a group of Greek islands in the Ionian Sea. The answer is the Ionian Islands. One of those islands recently went up for sale. Anchor David Baron speaks with Chris Krolow, CEO of Private Islands Online.
The House of Representatives has passed the landmark healthcare reform bill at the heart of President Barack Obama's agenda. David Baron talks with reporters outside the U.S. about how they are covering healthcare reform for their home countries.
The complete results from Iraq's election are not in yet. But the jockeying to form the next ruling coalition has already begun. Anchor David Baron speaks with Roger Hardy, the BBC's Middle East analyst.
In this special podcast, The World takes you to Sudan with former President Jimmy Carter. Carter is working in Southern Sudan to eradicate a horrific disease known as Guinea worm. We bring you David Baron's report, and an extended interview with Carter